Expect not to see Serbian-made volleyball skill set from Sara Klisura when the Philippine Superliga (PSL) Grand Prix opens next month as she won’t be returning for another tour of duty.
While three former imports in Lindsay Stalzer, Stephanie Niemer and Katherine Bell are suiting up anew in the import-laden conference, the 26-year old Klisura revealed via Instagram that she will not be returning in the Philippines this year.
In a comment under her Instagram post, a fan asked the one-time PSL bronze medalist if she is coming back in the country for the upcoming Grand Prix.
On Wednesday, the 6-foot-2 spiker bared that she won’t be gracing the new PSL season, which fires off on February 16.
She wrote: “Hello, dear. I am not coming back this time. Maybe next year.”
Sara Kill-sura, BANG! 💥
— ESPN5 (@Sports5PH) April 7, 2018
Klisura will surely be missed as she has made her mark as one of the best imports who ever played in the league during her two PSL stints.
The former Serbian national team campaigner first came into the Philippine volleyball scene in 2017 when she powered Foton to a bronze medal finish with her scoring prowess.
That same year, Klisura broke Kristy Jaeckel’s 40-point league record as she exploded for 41 huge tallies in during Foton’s five-set win versus F2 Logistics in the preliminaries en route to nabbing the “Best Scorer in a Match” award.
She then transferred to Cocolife for the 2018 edition, towing the Asset Managers to a fourth place finish and earning the 1st Best Outside Spiker plum.
Klisura is currently playing for CSM Targoviste, which plays in Romania’s top professional volleyball league Divizia A1.